An attempt towards a natural history of the fossils of England: in a catalogue of the English fossils in the collection of J. Woodward, M.D. Containing a description and historical account of each; with observations and experiments, made in order to discover, as well the origin and nature of them, as their medicinal, mechanical, and other uses ...
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